Labor Studies 125: Labor Arbitration

Date: Sat, 09 Sep 2017

Labor Studies 125 (Class 27216) 1 Unit of College Credit: Labor Arbitration

When: September 9 & 16, 2017 (Saturdays)
8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Where: Los Angeles Trade-Technical College Aspen Hall Room 221
Instructor: Lou Zigman, Arbitrator

There’s a lot at stake when a grievance goes to arbitration, both for individual union members and for the contract itself. That’s why as the final step in the process, arbitration requires thoughtful analysis and preparation as well as careful attention to detail.

Taught by attorney and veteran arbitrator Lou Zigman, this fast-paced, informative and enjoyable two-Saturday class teaches union stewards, staff officers and activists – as well as management professionals – the basics of arbitration, including a step by step approach to making the case.

TOPICS INCLUDE:

  • Arbitrator Selection
  • Evidence
  • Discipline and Discharge
  • Legal and Ethical Issues
  • Contract Interpretation
  • Opening and Closing Statements
  • Credibility of Witnesses
  • When and How to Settle

EXPERT GUEST SPEAKERS:
ARBITRATORS
UNION AND MANAGEMENT LAWYERS

Required Textbook:
Grievance Processing by L. Zigman

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